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Oct 31, 2012 5:00pm EDT
. >> very unlikely. i think that is right. >> reporter: wayne chairs depaul university's political science department and said that since moment of the states hit hard by hurricane sandy are heavily democratic, partisan considerations would block any agreement to let them delay voting for president. >> if we don't postpone the election, what is going to be the impact of the hurricane? >> i think the big impact of the hurricane is on voter turnout. i think we're going to so substantially lower voting in new york, new jersey, pennsylvania for sure. >> reporter: the labor department said the monthly u.s. jobs report will be released on time despite concerns it would be late because of sandy. earlier in the week, the department officials say they could not rule out a delay since much of the final work on the report is done in government buildings, which were closed during the storm, as you know. officials say that some employees came in tuesday to get it done. the final jobs report is expected before election day. >>> well, they could bring major traffic relief to the beltway. coming up, why t
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